A series of films about important pages of the life of Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. Initially, Oleg Viktorovich Novitsky was part of the backup crew, but in 2012 he made his first space flight. Upon his return, he took part in an experiment to work out a manual controlled descent to Mars.
Photos of Novitsky.
Novitsky served in the Air Force (planes, flights, aerobatics, aerial combat).
Novitsky is part of the backup crew.
Baikonur, Soyuz TMA-06M crew (Novitsky, Tarelkin, Ford).
A fragment of an interview with the cosmonaut's eldest daughter, Yana Novitskaya.
Novitsky signs on the door.
The crew goes to the launch pad.
Photo of the crew.
View of the launch pad.
Astronauts wave goodbye.
The launch of Soyuz TMA-06M, negotiations with the MCC, mourners' faces.
Novitsky on the ISS talks about one of the simulators.
The crew is met by colleagues and friends.
The astronauts descend the ramp of the aircraft, Novitsky reports on the successful completion of the flight program.
Meeting Novitsky with his family.
Novitsky participates in an experiment to work out a manual controlled descent to Mars.
Novitsky participates in the Olympic Torch relay.
Portrait of Novitsky in a spacesuit.
Novickij O.V. -- pilot-cosmonaut, test cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation. Tarelkin E.I. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation. Ford K.E. -- American test pilot, NASA astronaut. Krikalyov S.K. -- aviation athlete, cosmonaut, development engineer, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, academician of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics named after K.E.Tsiolkovsky. Suraev M.V. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation, public and political figure. Padalka G.I. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation.
Calendar: 2000s 2012 2013
Locations: Kazakhstan